Arsenic in Australian Seafood
Ian Stewart, Alison Turnbull
This review was commissioned to determine if the levels of inorganic arsenic present in Australian seafood complied with current Aus FSC maximum level...
01 June 2015
Arsenic is a toxic metalloid widely distributed in the environment. While it is acutely toxic in certain occupational exposures, the primary concerns for public health are from chronic, low-dose, cumulative exposures, principally via ingestion of inorganic arsenic in food and water. The review identified that all species screened (with the exception of Saucer scallops) complied with the current maximum limits for inorganic arsenic set in the FSC.